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Witness the Story of Cartier Through This Photographic Exhibition at Saatchi Gallery

Featuring Andy Warhol, Tina Turner and more.

London’s Saatchi Gallery is currently showcasing a photographic exhibition on Cartier‘s world-renowned creations across watches and jewelry. Entitled, “Studio 7 by Cartier,” the maison’s story is told through seven of its most iconic pieces, such as the Santos, Tank, Trinity, Love, Juste Un Clou, Panthère, and Ballon Bleu.

The first gallery is called LEGENDS and aptly showcases a portrait of figures, such as Andy Warhol, who is seen wearing his Tank watch. Further on and you can find Tina Turner and her Love bracelet, along with Jean Cocteau with his Trinity ring.

In the next space, entitled INSPIRATION, Cartier shows a new dimension to portraiture by highlighting modern photographers, such as Mary McCartney, who has captured the likes of Vanessa Kirby, who is seen wearing her Juste Un Clou bracelet, along with Stephen Jones, Emma Corrin and boxer Ramla Ali, to name a few.

For the STUDIO portion, users are invited into a custom photography space where they can be photographed sharing their own Cartier story. Lastly, ENCOUNTERS select portraits from the STUDIO space which are displayed in a mosaic of digital screens. These photographs are also available for visitors to print for a truly memorable experience.

“Studio 7 by Cartier” is a free exhibition which runs until August 8 at Saatchi Gallery in London. To reserve tickets, follow the link here.

Elsewhere in the news, Serendipity 3 is offering the “Warhol Special” in celebration of the late-artist’s 93rd birthday.

Saatchi Gallery
Duke of York’s HQ,
King’s Rd,
London SW3 4RY,
United Kingdom

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